"Ontario’s legislature was getting so ill-tempered before Premier Dalton McGuinty prorogued it, it was beginning to remind Dr. Eric Hoskins of his charity work in war-torn countries.
“I can tell you as someone who has worked in war zones around the world it was
getting to be a very uncomfortable place, the legislature,” Hoskins said
Tuesday, defending McGuinty’s decision to prorogue as he launched his campaign
to replace the outgoing premier."
No, really. The Ontario Legislature was, in some way, comparable to a war zone.
A war zone, just to remind you all, is a place where people kill each other on a regular basis. There are war zones, and then, way the hell over in the other direction about as far as you can go, right in the middle of (thankfully) nice safe Canada, is the Ontario Legislature.
Remembrance Day was how long ago? Two days? OK then.
This is what happens when you represent a riding where, no matter what you do, people will still vote for you.
It wouldn't happen even if I did, but if there was the faintest chance that it could happen, I'd give two of my teeth to make this man leader of the OLP.